GSI Outdoors Java Drip 30 oz. and 50 oz. Coffee System

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GSI Outdoors Java Drip 30 oz. and 50 oz. Coffee System -
More people prefer drip coffee than any other brew method. The innovative GSI Outdoors Java Drip produces bold, mud-free coffee,simply and conveniently for your next camping trip.


  • Drip cone collapses to fit inside its own stuff sack and nests within the carafe for compact packing and storage.


  • Double-walled, insulated lid and insulating EVA sleeve hold in temperature while brewing and serving.


  • Drip cone includes easy-to-clean reusable cloth filter and is compatible with standard #4/#6 paper filters.
  • Silicone drip cone locks to lid while brewing and sits upright when removed to prevent accidental spills.
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Size:14" across bottom (16.6"x16.5"x2.9").
Use:camp gourmet
Weight:30 fl. oz. - 14 oz., 50 fl. oz. - 1 lb. 4 oz.

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GSI Outdoors Java Drip 30 oz. and 50 oz. Coffee System Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best portable drip coffee maker

I've tried several portable coffee makers and decided to stick with instant coffee. Then I saw this dripper while looking at the French press devices. The GSI Java drip is perfect for me. I roast my own coffee and use a dripper at home. The 30 oz. version is perfect for my two cup a day habit. I can put what is left over after my first cup into a thermos to save for later. This brings me to the one weakness of the Java Drip - it needs better insulation - even if it increases the price. But this is a big improvement to the Brunton and all the french presses out there.
Backpacker no more at Campmor on 11/11/2012

Great coffee, very easy to use and clean

Looking for an easy coffee system while without our kitchen. I tried several coffee filter holders and found this one to be the best. Clear 30 0z jar lets me see how much coffee I've made, and is large enough to make several cups. I use paper filter for easy cleaning. Fits together easily and stays together while coffee drips. Very well designed. True, it is not well insulated, but it isn't hard to reheat coffee or to store coffee in a thermos.
Kitchen Renovator at Campmor on 05/05/2013

Very good campsite coffee

I haven't used other coffee makers in our campsites but I get rave reviews on the coffee I make with this one. Yes the insulation is light, but I rinse the container with boiling water before I make it (the ceramic mugs too)and find my second cup is still plenty hot. Bring some good ground coffee and have a great start to every day!
Ken at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Works for me.

Needed something to use in a camper but not electric. Don't plan to be in a campground all the time. Baja beaches don't have elect. Got the Primus Kettle to complete it. A little too big to backpack or take on the moto, but I might anyway. The cloth filter is way to slow so use the paper filters and it's fast.
Brad at Campmor on 06/06/2013

It is a winner

I love a good cup of coffee.Over the last 30 years I've used many systems,with the last one being the costly flip and drip style,which made a good cup of coffee.The GSI drip system is by far easiest,fastest,and makes the best cup of coffee I've had in the field.It is easy to take hiking,biking or kayaking.
Bikehiker at Campmor on 02/02/2013

A good brewing choice.

Great car camping brewing system. Filter is a little tough to clean, paper filters are a little easier to use. Nice volume at 50 oz., much bigger than most. The insulating sleeve is ok for warm months, we added an extra layer of ensolite pad for winter trips. Everthing (except filter) is easy to clean.
southwest son at Campmor on 10/10/2012

Java Drip Good Product

It works as expected. Like the coffee cone fits into the carafe. It is easy to clean. Use paper filters. I did not like the reusable filter. My only complaint is that it needs better insulation to keep the coffee hot longer.
Babboo at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Should have bought the bigger one

Easy setup / clean up. you can get extra filters in it. Buy the bigger one if your a coffee drinker. If you have 1 cup to get going this size is perfect.
Brodie at Campmor on 08/08/2011

best travel coffee brewer

This is a great coffee maker. Light weight, Easy to pack 30oz carafe is just right for two when traveling. Best way to avoid using those horrible Kerig brewers in hotel rooms.
Richard at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Met the bill

Liked how easy to use and portable it is. Kept the coffee hot for cup refills. Did not use the cloth filter because it seemed too hard to clean while camping.
CK Camper at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Negative Reviews:

Buyer Beware

This does not keep a 2/3 full "pot" of coffee hot for very long, less than 15 minutes. I was a little surprised because it kept a full "pot" of boiling water hot for over 40 minutes. So, won't work for me for car camping. I'd return it but it's now used - oh well, live and learn. The filter holder does work well with #6 filters. This would work ok, I think, for several people, or if you drink drink your java quickly.
anonImous at Campmor on 05/05/2012

Not what we expected

THe coffee was cold before it finished brewing
Irishone127 at Campmor on 10/10/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Works as advertised

The drip coffee maker works great and is very easy to clean up, but the coffee gets cold rather quickly.
Manuel at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Doesn't keep coffee hot.

We use it to brew coffee, then pour coffee into a thermos to keep second cup hot.
john at Campmor on 08/08/2013